Special Guest Stars of 2011

29 Dec

While we’re all still on our holiday break and eating turkey leftovers, I thought I’d remind you of some of the fantastic guest posts I’ve been lucky enough to host over the last twelve months. There’s some fascinating insights, inspiring stories and hard-earned advice in there. Thanks to everyone who guest posted on Catherine, Caffeinated this year!

March:

Proof Social Media Sells Books by Talli Roland. The blogging queen shares her tips and tricks.

April:

A week of e-book authors sharing their e-publishing experiences:

May:

Far to Go blog tour. Alison Pick, author of one of my favorite books of the year, stops by.

June:

Shifting Expectations by Marshall Buckey. Why it’s a good idea to keep amending your writerly dreams.

July:

Happy 4th July! A USA-themed guest post from self-published author Michael Harling.

The Anxiety of the Debut Author by Emma Newman. The worries of an about-to-be published author.

August:

The Social Network by Gillian Duffy. A debut author gets to grips with all things social media.

Why I’m Self-Publishing by Roz Morris. Why Roz of Nail Your Novel fame self-published her book.

September:

The Memory of Trees Blog Tour. An interview with Mick Rooney on the launch of his book.

Tweet Treats Blog Tour. Jane Travers stops by to tell us about her Twittertastic idea.

October:

21st Century Dodos Blog Tour. Steve Stack brings a video of the adorable Martha reading from his book.

Mining Yourself by Victoria Mixon. Why writers should take advantage of their uniqueness.

November:

My New Life—Being an Author by Mariam Kobras. Does life change after signing on that magic dotted line?

The Devil’s in the Debut by Nicola Morgan. Why a debut novel has to have that extra something special.

2 Responses to “Special Guest Stars of 2011”

  1. dirtywhitecandy December 29, 2011 at 10:09 #

    Ah, thanks for making me a star! x

  2. tech August 20, 2012 at 18:14 #

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